National Archives and Records AdministrationThe Fight for Life Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Education Division. Office of Education. (07/01/1972 - 05/04/1980)ARC Identifier 1234 / Local Identifier 12.8. Dramatizes a young doctor's training in obstetrics at the Maternity Center, Chicago. Reel 1, Dr. O'Donnell sees a mother die in childbirth and decides to study obstetrics. Reel 2 shows him working and learning at the Center. Reel 3 consists mostly of a lecture to a class of... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: archives.gov, public.resource.org
byAlbert Band, Piero Ghione, and Giorgio Venturini
A film that deal with elements of the Aeneid of Virgil, concentrating on the exiled Trojans confrontation with the Etruscans. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Trojans, Etruscans, Troy, Etruria, Ancient Italy, Latins, Latium, Rome, Aeneas, Virgil, Sword and...
بسم الله الرحمان الرحيم السلام عليكم ورحمة الله إخواني في الله إشتقت إليكم والله أشهد الله إني لأحبكم في الله بعد غياب طويل لأسباب شخصية ..وبعد آخر عمل كنت قد قمت به بفظل الله وحده وهو top ten(20) لتنظيم القاعدة ببلاد المغرب الاسلامي أردت أن أعود وبحوزتي عمل جديد .. والحمد لله أنا... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: حركة, الشباب, المجاهدين, /القسم, الإعلامي, ::يقدم, ::...
Sloucho Barx (aka Tim Arnold) did this show featuring public domain cartoons and shorts back in the eighties on East Lansing MI Public Access. They still show these every Friday Night on Public Access in Fort Wayne IN. A full show runs six hours. This upload runs about 39 minutes and features Roger Ramjet, a Doral commercial, Freddie the Freshman, Mickey Mouse in "The Mad Doctor", an Almond Joy commercial, Woody Woodpecker in "The Loose Nut" & Daffy Duck in "Stupor... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: animation, cartoon
An old, classic commercial for Aunt Jemima pancakes from around 1967. With jingle, but has poor color-quality. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, Commercial, Commercials, Advertising, 60s, 60's, 1960s, 1960's, Sixties,...
An episode of the LMAO 1950's sitcom "The Trouble with Father" called "Leave it to Stu". Originally aired 16 January 1953. Contains original commercials. In this episode, Stu buys some chickens. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 1950s, 50's, 1950's, Fifties, Sitcom, Sitcoms, LMAO, ROTFL, ROFL,...
Episode "Corliss The Cheerleader" of the classic 50's sitcom "Meet Corliss Archer". The show ran from 1954 to 1955. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, Fifties, Sitcom, Comedy
A film noir shocker, based on the story Nightmare by Cornell Woorlich, in which average Joe Vince Grayson (De Forest Kelley) dreams he murders someone and wakes up to find it may not have been a dream. This is worth it for the clever plot twists alone. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Film-Noir, Mystery, De Forest Kelley
A young girl is killed at the beach in Malibu. Professor Otto Lindsay (Jon Hall) suspects that it is some form of mutated fish. However, his son Richard (Arnold Lessing), who was a good friend of the girl, thinks that it is a madman who has a grudge against Richard and his friends. Soon the list of victims grows to include one of Rich's surfing buddies, Rich's bitchy stepmother Vicky (Sue Casey) and his friend Mark (Walker Edmiston) who was crippled in an auto accident. Audio Sync problem fixed favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews ) Topic: Horror
Another episode of the classic 1950's television series "You Bet Your Life", starring Groucho Marx. The series aired on NBC-TV from October 5, 1950 to September 21, 1961, for a total of 429 episodes. It was a comedic quiz show. The ''secret word'' in this episode is "WALL". The episode also features original commercials for DeSoto. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, TV, Television, Classic Television, Groucho Marx, Game Show, Game Shows, Quiz Shows,...
Released as an educational film no doubt to get around the Hays Code, this is really a sleazy exploitation film. It has some of the worst acting you'll ever see. Here's the plot from IMDb: A happily married couple has been trying to have a baby with no luck. They discover that the husband is sterile. Their family doctor suggests that they think about artificial insemination, which at the time was considered a scandalous choice. Stars: Dorothy Duke, William Thomason, and Timothy Farrell favoritefavoritefavorite ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Fertility, Artificial Insemination, Sterility, Exploitation, Education
From IMDb: A pretty Chinese woman, seeking help from San Francisco detective James Lee Wong, is killed by a poisoned dart in his front hall, having time only to scrawl "Captain J" on a sheet of paper. She proves to be Princess Lin Hwa, on a secret military mission for Chinese forces fighting the Japanese invasion. Mr. Wong finds two captains with the intial J in the case, neither being quite what he seems; there's fog on the waterfront and someone still has that poison-dart gun...... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews ) Topics: mystery, murder, crime, Karloff, Mr. Wong
Leo, a former convict, is living in seclusion on an island with his step-daughter, the daughter of his late wife. Leo was framed by a group of former business associates, and he also suspects that one of them killed his wife. He has invited the group to his island, tempting them by hinting about a hidden fortune, and he has installed a number of traps and secret passages in his home. He is aided in his efforts by a former cell-mate who holds a grudge against the same persons. When everyone... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Mystery, Thriller, PRC, George Zucco, Lionel Atwill
Virus (Fukkatsu no hi 復活の日), literally Day of Resurrection is a 1980 post-apocalyptic science fiction movie directed by Kinji Fukasaku and based on a novel written by Sakyo Komatsu. The movie starred Masao Kusakari, George Kennedy, Robert Vaughn, Chuck Connors, Olivia Hussey, Edward James Olmos, Ken Ogata, Sonny Chiba and Glenn Ford. The film is notable for being the most expensive Japanese film ever made at the time. -Wikipedia DVD ripped from is BCI Cat.No. 47207-9-1, region 1.... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 9 reviews ) Topics: virus, kinji fukasaku, japanese, japanese film, japanese movie, sonny chiba, apocalypse, post...
A scientist, a reporter and a repairman are accidentally transported to a prehistoric world in a parallel universe when they fall into the beam of the experiment during an earthquake aftershock. PD - Prisoners Of The Lost Universe (1983) Invalid Notice. Not Reg'd Within 5 Yrs. http://www.archive.org/post/285670/are-these-public-domain Mystic Nights Videos favoritefavoritefavorite ( 13 reviews ) Topics: Richard Hatch, Kay Lenz, John Saxon, Prehistoric, Mystic Nights Videos
Episode of "The Walter Winchell Show". It was a combination of gossip and commentary in the format of a TV Sunday-evening "news" show. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 14 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, ABC, 1950's Television, Live Television, Kinescope, News, Gossip, Walter Winchell, 1953
Episode of the popular 50's TV series "You Bet Your Life" starring Groucho Marx. Complete with DeSoto commercials. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 15 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Groucho Marx, 50's Television, Fifties
German director Fritz Lang is best known for the highly influential films from relatively early in his career, especially Metropolis (1927) and M (1931). But he also had a brief Hollywood heyday during the mid 1940s, when he made some of his best films. Scarlet Street has been claimed by film noir. This attribution is understandable. The lighting is dark, with heavy use of shadows. The characters are all shady as well. Kitty is certainly a femme fatale, although hints are dropped that she is an... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 29 reviews ) Topics: Film-Noir, Drama, Black Comedy, Fritz Lang
This is a classic b-Grade Sci-fi movie from 1953. Leonmard Maltin called it "the best of the So-Bad-it's-Good movies". Sometime shown in 3-d, always shown with a score by Elmer Bernstein, this picture is also known as "Rocket to the Moon". A group of space travellers find themselves landing on a hostile moon inhabited by beautiful women in tight black costumes and heavy eye makeup. COPYRIGHT NOTE: This film is public domain because of the failure of it's producer/copyright... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 29 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi, Cat-Women, Sonny Tufts, B-Grade, Elmer Bernstein